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because thyroid cancer, lung cancer can cause this but for the most part i think tea and also vapor can take care of it. >> moisture tur. >> i heard my grandmother telling us that. thank you, doctor. great advice. we hope you will take this to heart and the doctors will be back next sunday. we'll start this hour with a fox news alert. the u.s. issues an extraordinary global travel alert for all americans. they've nearly closed two dozen embassies and consulates in the northeast, africa, and asia. sources telling fox that the terrorist chatter that the u.s. intelligence has picked up over the last two weeks, take notes, folks, exceeds anything witnessed in the last decade. heavily armed military surrounding the u.s. embassy in yemen.
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yemen specifically cited following the big terror alert since 9/11. we're all over this one for you. good morning. i'm jamie colby. welcome to a brand new hour here inside a.m. a.m. >> and i'm kelly wright. the white house keeping a close watch on all of this with national security adviser susan rice holding high-level meetings yesterday. we're joined live from the washington bureau. steve? >> right. action needs to be taken. that's the assessment of many here in washington including top democrat on the house select committee on house intelligence. >> we received information that high-level people from al qaeda in the arabian peninsula are talking about major attack. whatever that intelligence is, we act upon it because our first priority is protect americans in other parts of the world. >> now democrats and republicans
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alike say the closing of the embassies is a prudent step to take. the chatter about a possible attack is very similar to what we saw before 9/11 and some say it points to a growing danger of terrorism. >> this is a wakeup call. al qaeda is in in ways stronger than it was because it can mutate and spread and come out of different areas. it's probably the most deadly of all. >> 20 closed today and a worldwide travel alert has been issued for americans abroad. >> we need to protect the people who are out there representing us. we need to know and realize we're living in an increasingly dangerous world, and this specific threat that we've been breached on other and other again has reach add new level. >> lawmakers say they don't know the specific method or location of the planned attack but it could be timed to coincide with the end of the muslim holy days.
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back to you. >> steve secentanni from our washington bureau. congressman, what can you tell us so far? >> well, the reporting that we've heard today has been fairly accurate as far as what we can say, but it is -- it is true that this specific threat has been brought to the intelligence committee's attention over the last several weeks, and it isn't something that we see on our regular briefings. it's something very specific and something that if i had plans to travel to certain places in the middle east, i would probably go ahead and such. >> it's that dire. >> it's that dire. we have signals intelligence as well as human intelligence which
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tells us certain things which lead us to believe that something may or may not occur. i mean this is much more specific than anything we saw before benghazi or boston. so this is in tune with 9/11/01 with regard to the chatter. we have to be diligent. i know people were talking on "fox news sunday" that it's disruptive from closing the embassies. but guess what? we're trying to prevent a catastrophe. if it's going to disrupt certain activities for the day, it just has to happen. >> what have you seen over the years in terms of progress toward actually thwarting these kinds of threats from al qaeda? are we doing a sufficient job? at one point we were hearing from the president that al qaeda was basically on the run, dismantled, but now we're seeing al qaeda on the arabian
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peninsula based in yemen is apparently trying to mount a comeback because we're seeing these threats now. >> yeah. certainly -- they never went away. they say al qaeda was dismantled, which was false. they're organized. we certainly did a good job in afghanistan taking away the camps and the like, but they regroup elsewhere such as yemen or other places where the government isn't as organized or has a relationship with the united states. it was only a matter of time before, you know, they would get back to the point where they were and had been in the past. but we have done a good job. let's be very clear. there's been numerous attempts at terrorism that have been thwarted over the last ten years under president bush and under president obama where our intelligence community has saved lives and kept people out of harm's way. there's been a few misses like
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boston or benghazi where things we should have known or should have done, we made huge mistakes in benghazi when it came to protecting our ambassador and the consulate. but in the grand scheme of things with regard to the things we've been able to do in the intelligence world in stopping threats, it's been very successful. >> so you brought up benghazi. do you think that's why we're so proactive in getting this resolves right now? they could afear to be soft targets to al qaeda operatives. >> i hope it's part of the reason. like i said before, this threat is much more specific than anything we had going into benghazi. benghazi, we should have known because it was the anniversary of 9/11 and it doesn't take a rocket scientist to know that an embassy in benghazi is the day
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that the bad guys like to take a pop shot at us. that was a no-brainer and we left our ambassador vulnerable in my opinion. this is much more specific. this is based on intelligence gathering and specific -- a specific act, so it's much more -- it's a bigger threat in my opinion than we had going into last year. but, yeah, we always have to learn and we always have to get better and we always have to be more diligent and hopefully that's what's going to stop or prevent this attack from being carried out. >> and we should be diligent at home. thank you very much for sharing that with us. >> thank you, kelly. fox news alert. a sad story out of california. a driver turns his car on unsuspected pedestrians. there's some video that captured
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it. folks scrambling to get out of the speeding car's path. not everyone could. we're told one person is dead and 11 injured. there's no doubt that the driver wanted to hurt as many people as possible. >> this guy had an attempt to create mayhem and massacre a lot of people and then he just started going straight down the boardwalk about 60 miles an hour. >> there were people flying everywhere. it looked like something out of a movie. >> well, we have word now the big break in this investigation. dominic streaming live. dominic, what's the latest? >> they told news the past few minutes they have named the suspect. his name is louis campbell. mason louis campbell. they don't know where he's fro but he's going to be charged with murder and a million dollar
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bail. a blue avenger came screeching oust the courtyard heading south down toward venice, apparently careening into the crowd. it was busy. full of families and visitors and tourists. apparently ten people taken to hospital. the woman taken to hospital was actually on her honeymoon at the time. the crowds tried to surge out of the way. take a listen. >> the guy swerving and hitting people. >> the boardwalk was packed with people. he sped up and looked like purposely was swerving back and forth to run over as many people as he could. >> reporter: so absolutely terrifying scenes here. one described how he saw a woman
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clinging to the hood of the car as he swerved down the boardwalk here. a lot of people actually terrified by the events. the police are saying that they now have a suspect that they intend to charge with murder. apparently he escaped the scene. he turned himself in to police there. more details from the police later in the day. back to you, jamie. >> we'll come back to you when you get more information. thank you very much. tragic, kelly. a new president of iran is sworn in, officially ending the reign of mahmoud ahmadinejad. we'll speak about the new presidency and what it will mean to the u.s. and israel. also there's new fallout over obama care. the labor's chief architect and democratic governors all coming
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some news out of iran for you. they're swearing in their new president this week. hassan rowhani promising more. today the white house said it is willing to work with iran to find a peaceful solution over its contentious nuclear program. now, there's been a lot of talk about this new president as being someone who's more moderate, but religious clerics holding the real power in tehran who endorsed him, the question is whether or not he'll actually be able to act independently of them. could real progress be made? joining us is dan gillimam. good morning, ambassador. let's get right to it. what's your impression of this new president? >> good morning, jamie.
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well, you know, my impression is that there's a new guy in town, but that new guy is just a puppet on the string of those extreme fundamentalists/clerics who have ruled iran for decades and made it into the world's main harbor, perpetrator, silencer of terror. iran wants to rule the muslim world. it wants to rule it by terrorizing civilization as we know it and therefore i think that we shouldn't be in anyway confused byf the rhetoric. the real rulers are extreme people who have nothing in mind but havoc, terror, and destruction toward israel, toward the u.s., toward civilization as we know it.
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>> sajss have been very effective, ambassador, in hurting the economy in iran, and i'm sure there's pressure on the government to get them to go away, to lessen them in some way and that might be something to work toward. one quotes him as saying where israel is concerned in the western world, israel is a wound to iran in the middle east and then the state news agency came out and corrected it and said that's not really how he feels. how will we know if as you say the ayatollah is still in control? >> well, he did say israel is a wound, but i think their main intention is not to wound us but to kill us and we obviously are not going to wait until they're ready to do it. sanctions have worked, they have hurd the iranian economy and the
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people. i'm sure the iranian people, too, are fed up with the ayatollah's rule and want to live in a democratic society. the real question is do we have time? do we have time for people to overthrow the government? do we have time for the sanctions to work? the clock is ticking and iran is becoming nearer and nearer to becoming a nuclear power. this is something the world can neither afford or allow to happen and therefore i think the u.s. should set a very clear deadline for iran and say, look, comply or else and make sure that iran realizes that if it doesn't comply, all options including a military option is on the table and israel is watching this very carefully. you know, we've just entered into peace talks. we hoped to reach agreement with the palestinians, but we will not let anything avert frus the real danger which is a nuclear iran which we will not allow to happen.
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if all else fails, we will react so this horrible danger to the world does not materialize. >> put it in perspective for us if you can, ambassador. iran still denies that they have a nuclear power program, that it's just for peaceful means. starting with that, what are the chances that they'll be able to bring them to the table for talks and more disclosure about what's really going on? >> well, there's really very little going on. t they're masters at fooling the clock. they'll be happy to come to the table, understand the plan and nuclear program in order to become a nuclear power. the iaea, the international atomic energy agency and others have said time and time again
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that iran is on the quest for nuclear weapons, they're doing so by hiding it, trying to fool the world, but i think the world after having been fueled by pakistan and north korea, waking up to those two rogue regimes who have nuclear weapons, should not in any way take a chance with this horrible islamic regime to obtaining nuclear weapons. it would not be just a threat to israel. it would be a threat to the world. it would be a horribly dangerous world and we should not get close to it. therefore, we should watch the clock closely. iran is nearly there. once it reaches the point of no return, it will be too late. the united states has to act and make it very clear to iran there's a real deadline and ultimatum they must meet. if not, israel will have to act, either on its own, something we prefer not to do.
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but, you know, at the same time, jamie, we would rather have the world condemn a living israel than console a dead one. >> thank you so much for joining us from israel. take care, sir. growing concerns over the implementations of obama care as several democratic governors now admit they're nervous about rolling out the new law as well. this comes after the irs chief says he wants to take a pass on obama care for his own health insurance. what does it all mean for the president's signature health care law? our panel weighing in next. [ shapiro ] at legalzoom, you can take care of virtually all your imptant legal matters in just minutes. protect youramily... and launch your dreams. at we put the law on your side.
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well, another new concern over obama care. a group of democratic governors implement thee nervous law before its end of the year
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deadline and this adds to a growing chorus of concern. matt shlap is under president bush and good to have you both joining us today. julie and matt, let me read something real quickly from dr. john hickenlooper who is a democrat of colorado. he says any time you go and make this much change in the short period of time, it does cause headaches, but then he goes on to say, julie, that it leads -- the pain also leads to progress. what say you about this? >> i think he's right. the bottom line is a lot of these governors have chosen to implement obama care. for example, i'm sitting here in new york as a new york resident. governor andrew cuomo has implemented exchanges and it's going to lower it by 50%.
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they're going to hopefully have a program in place for the residents that are going to lead to massive, massive cuts in premiums and i think it's great for people living in those states. >> matt, julie was talking about obstruction alluding to republicans. what are the republicans looking at in terms of obama care? why do they want it knocked down? >> well, because it's going to harm health care delivery in this country. it's obvious. why do you think the head of this the three -- why did congress have to go and come up with a compromise to fix the problem that their employees and members had. why are we seeing the head of the irs who has to implement obama care saying that he doesn't have to implement itself. this is not republican voices
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saying this law is a disaster. these are liberal voices and it's going to hurt health care in the country and republicans are right to find it. >> go ahead. >> i'll be happy to answer every single one of those. the head of the irs because he's got the law, he's got great health care plan he gets to keep as does anybody who likes the health care plan gets to keep it. remember congress wants to waver both democrats and republicans. they have to potential guy l i go without health care. they get the cadillac plan nobody else gets except member of congress. there's a lot of other perks they get the rest of us don't get. so on and so forth. the problem with the republican plan is they want to refund the obama care and other cares. you can be negative, try to fight it. come up with a proposal, a plan. it was actually endorsed
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originally by the heritage foundation. i thought those were conservative ideas and all of a sudden republicans after screaming they want more in the marketplace, the ability to compete, all of a sudden they don't like the very propoelsal they came up with immediately. that to me says there's no ideology other than wanting to see barack obama fail. >> matt, what about that? those are striking charges? >> i applaud julie reading the talking points. >> it's not talking points at all. >> the fact is liberals, they're all putting up white flags saying we have mayor, major problems with the law. the president knows there are major problems with the law. there's only one segment of the country that doesn't have to follow the time line on obama care. only one segment.
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>> that ought to be delayed as well if we're all being honest. >> both of you are making good arguments and good talking points about what should be done, but should bit a situation where we're looking at this law and we mend it and not end it? >> well, i don't know exactly how republicans want to mend it and not end it. there are people who say they doenld need health care because they don't think they'll get sick. it will raise premiums for everybody else. that is a fundamental conservative principle by the way. that's a principle that was spoused. all of a sudden here comes barack obama and it's a horrible, horrible principle, the same principle they espoused for them. >> what will the republicans do when they return in five weeks and they have to deal with the
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budget stalemate that's going on and the obama care. what will they do? >> unlike julie, i'll actually offer minor criticism to my own team. just fighting it is not enough. we have to have our own proposal. when it comes to the budget, i think republicans are going to continue to point out to the american people who continue to not support obama care in poll after poll after poll that they're going to be the party that fights for obama care and they're going to deliver the best health care system. they're going to fight obama care and it's something that they're standing there with them on. >> and, again, getting back to my initial question, do you mend it or amend it. >> >> i they have to amend it but the republicans will make a mistake if they don't fix questions like pre-existing conditions, what do we do about the junk people hitting the job
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force and there's no health care out there. julie's right. the heritage foundation and other conservative voices were there. we have to make sure they fight it. >> julie, last word. >> at the oepd testify day republicans have voted 40 times to repeal obama care without any success. >> they all want to get rid of it. >> no, they don't. the irs don't -- >> they document want have to be put in it. that's the beauty of this plan. the other issue with the unions -- they don't want to get rid of obama care. u think obama will hopefully address that component but you have 40 repeals by the house of representatives. these guys have no solution
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whatsoever. that's why they lost elections last time and going forward because at the end of the day. >> it's certainly going to be an issue. julie roginsky and matt schlap. both sharing great comments about obama care and the future of it. >> thanks. well, for a look beyond the news -- >> rodham is a private citizen again but then you must know that. a news cycle rarely goes by without a mention of the clintons, summering in the hamptons, accepted an aword. finding tv jobs for clinton -- i'm sorry -- rodham, it's a busy
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life. everything seems public about them except the ravenous force of their ambition for more. it all came together with rod ham's lunch with the lunch with president obama last week. rodham runs for president and despite what cautious punned pundits say and you, the world of clinton cam taning his life. after obama defeated her in 2008 has paid off and rod ham did this job the way she did all the others, inkcome completely. now at last she can make theed by run.
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eneverybody itable. they're powers up with at least three movies in production. a super pact her hillary has already collected more than a million dollars in contributions. they hope to subsidize the first female president of the united states. know. what's next, the first homeless president and the first pretty of food stamps. because nothing is every new in street politics, rod hachl already had good problems. . what difference at this point
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does it make. at a senate and foreign relations committee last january. she was of course referring to who killed the four americans including our ambassador, livia. u.s. was involved in a gun running operation there. as secretary of state at the time, she mislead the whole country. it's a seam in per public life. also troubling her is the troubled marriage of her former aide. he's known for posting on the internet but rodham doesn't like to be reminded of her past years. he's just my bill. the bag alk ak.
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the failed health care plan afirst lady. her appearance of wearing a black coat with a dragon embroidered of the back her records that mysteriously turned up in the white house living quarters. there is more, much more. outside her job at rose, a job she secured, rod ham has never met a payroll. one one durs wrm she would be without him. coming up, the power frl story of young men who thought they could become firefighters.
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we're going to show you these dramatic scenes from 9/11. we want to remind you of the first responders who ran right toward it. now some of the sons of the firefighter dads who lost their lives because of injuries they suffered that day, their heroic action on 9/11 are facing a devastating setback of their own. they had dreams to follow in their father's footsteps. there's a legacy, you see, that giv gives preferential treatment to them so they can live their dreams. but the deaths of the
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firefighters who died on the ground zeros are considered administrative, not dying in the line of duty. they didn't know that. they've plummeted down the long list of applicants to join the new york city fire department. they're joining me now. john and michael sullivan. thanks for being here. >> thank you. >> he died of pancreatic cancer. it's a very hard and painful death and he would still be serving if he could, from what i've learned of him. >> sure. >> you want to serve too. michael, after everything you dad went through, why do you want to be a firefighter? >> growing up around it you learn the family values of it, the brotherhood of it. it becomes a lifestyle, your home. you know, our grandfather was a fireman, so we've been going there forever, you know, forever and every.
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it just seems right, you know. that's what you want to do, nothing else. >> you were on your way, john, to live that way and you found out even though you qualified for the academy, you dropped to the bottom of the list. >> explain the rule of how that happened. >> we initially applied for the points and were awarded them and then we were told there's a difference between line of duty and administrative line of duty, which was the 9/11 call. we're not trying to reinvent the wheel or change the designation of his death but we believe line of duty is line of duty. we are competing. >> 13 ores that you know of.
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>> correct. >> all sons that you lost your lives. you've made tremendous efforts. what did you accomplish with the legislature in new york to try and get this done. >> we had b-58885. it passed the gnat and unanimously. 6. >> do you know if governor cuomo is aware this bill exists and passed and is awaiting his signature? >> the response we got i's under review they call them new york's bravest for the reason. >> absolutely. >> it's only because they couldn't call them new york's
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greatest. let me ask you if i can, michael, what if this doesn't work out for you. here are both of you add the fire department that e've gone there. >> you've studied, done the medical. >> you've got to stay healthy. >> john, if you're not a legacy, who is? >> exactly. our father valiantly fought for the city for 27 years. anybody who ever met my dad knew. he symbolized the fire department. >> he was honored. >> exactly. that's what's frustrating. the city and fire department recognized his dealt. it was in response to 9/11. his death was attributed. now for this last-minute
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alteration. what's frustrating is the children of emt workers received the points. >> so emergency management personnel that responded on 9/11 to look for victims, survivors, or even the deceased do get the legacy points. >> their children get it. it wows be bureaucratic oversight. even if you observe the law it states that the reason the law was enacted was to give the childrems. >> are you not getting any benefits? >> this is the big one. >> what does the fire department say? what do the other guys at the house where your dad serves say? >> we're haeping with anything they can do. they're a full support system without putting themselves in any kind of jeopardy.
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>> we've got to the point, it's there. >> do me a fash, look into the camera, john and michael. i'm sure we'll echo your thoughts and tell us about your dad and why it's so important that governor cuomo take a look at this. >> my father served this city for 27 years. my grandfather for 22 years before him. i could do nothing better than just plead with you to sign this. all we're -- we're begging you for a job. we're asking you for the ability to continue to serve as the fam has two generations prior. i said before some families are lock smiths, some families are plumbers. our families are firefighters. that's all we do. >> you both have good jobs. you want to give up your good jobs to be a firefighter. what would he say about all this? >> he'd definitely be proud of us. he'd be happy no matter what we
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do. he always was. he was a strong awesome father and somebody who gave everything he had. all gave some, some gave all. he gave it all. >> clearly he would be proud of you, your family is proud of you and we are proud of you. we want you to come back. i honor you for coming in and talking with sth talking with us. >> thank you so much. >> if i ever needed someone to come to a fire, you guys are so committed. thank you. thank you for anyone who can help these guys. we'll be right back. [ male announcer ] here's a word you should keep in mind. unbiased. some brokerage firms are. but way too many aren't. why? because selling their funds makes them more money. which makes you wonder -- isn't that a conflict? search "proprietary mutual funds." yikes! then go to e-trade. we've got over 8,000 mutual funds, and not one of them has our name on it. we're in the business of finding the right investments for you. e-trade. less for us. more for you. the fund's prospectus contains its investment objectives,
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after several lengthy days the ft. hood trial to open this week. he's charged with carrying out the deadly shooting spree. may jar nidal hasan will represent himself, meaning he will be in a position to question those he's accused of attacking. brian is live. brian? >> the trial will start tuesday. he is facing the death penalty.
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he doesn't deny he opened fire with two hand dunnes on people before their deployment to afghanistan, killing 13 and wounding more than 30. he says he committed one of the worst mass shootings in american history in defense of taliban terrorists. the obama administration characterizes the attack as workplace violence, not an act of terrorism. they say by calling it terrorism it would jeopardize hasan's right to fair trial. that means victims of the rampage cannot receive purple hurts or receive combat ant statuses. staff sergeant shaun manning was shot six times at ft. hood. >> i think the fact that the government has tried to downplay this all along, hasan is openly admitting it makes me angry, makes me disgusted.
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>> thit's harder than you think. 11 of the last 16 death sentences handed down by military jiri jurys overturned. 22 embassies and consulates have been closed and we will be right back with more details. [ female announcer ] it balances you... it fills you with energy... and it gives you what you are looking for to live a more natural life. in a convennt two bar pack. this is nature valley. nature at its most delicious. this is nature valley. as soon as you feelon it, try miralax. it works differently than other laxatives. it draws water into your colon to unblock your system naturally. don't wait to feel great. miralax.
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tomorrow. >> at 11:00. >> great to have you here today. keep it on fox. shannon bream is next. on alert. nearly two dozen embassies and consulates closed today because of a threat. they're sounding more confident than it has since 9/11. the breaking details are coming up. boardwalk nightmare. a car rams through a pod lar boardwalk killing at least one person and the nightmare was caught on tape. >> the head of the irs mess says, no thanks. they explain why a controversial law needs to be removed, he says, from irs control. all that and more information about

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